We went to the PMA Exhibition in Melbourne this morning (in Jeff's Shed), somewhat gloomily titled this year "Digital Life Expo". It was difficult finding anything film related, but the Fujifilm stand had a display case full of film and the Kodak stand had a few rolls of 400 ISO 35mm film. Another stand had some Alpa and Cambo 6x9 view cameras, and the Hasselblad stand had a single historic 500 slr in a display case. The Camera collectors society had a stall with some beautiful ephemera, and that was about it really. Still some interesting things - I can't see 3D TV or still 3D picture frames really taking off any more than any other time in history - the technology is "cool", but kind of uncomfortable after a brief period (the glasses AND the 3D-ness) - it is almost a real "mental commitment", more so than just staring at a print, or slumping in front of the telly after a hard working day... Oh, and you get a lot more friendly attention at stalls wearing a "professional photographer" lanyard. I felt quite special for two hours... Marc!